Organisations obsess over technology but people hold huge, measurable value.
Leaders face the huge challenge of making strategic decisions not only about where to invest now, but also where to lay the foundations for their organisation’s future. That has led them to ask critical questions about the future of work—and about what role humans may play in it.
The future of work is human
Many see technology as the key to future success. But new research from the Korn Ferry Institute demonstrates:
- Human capital is 2.33 times more valuable than physical capital globally
- Human capital is valued at $1,215 trillion; physical assets are valued at $521 trillion
- For every $1 invested in people, $11.39 is added to the global economy
Read the report to discover the trillion-dollar difference people will make in the future of work.
Here are some highlights of the research: